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Intel Shows Off Next-Gen CPU, Tablet with 3D Camera at IDF Keynote
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Intel Shows Off Next-Gen CPU, Tablet with 3D Camera at IDF Key...

SAN FRANCISCO — Undeterred by Apple's iPhone launch event taking place at the same time, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich and his team s took the stage at the Moscone Center to highlight the company's key innovations and unveil several new products. Laptop Magazine, 1 week ago

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King's College, UCL and LSE back £900,000 datacentre

A consortium of universities, including University College London (UCL), King's College, the Sanger Institute, the Francis Crick Institute, the LSE and Queen Mary University of London, is backing a datacentre project that will open up ...
 Computer Weekly2 weeks ago

Love, Ambition, Betrayal and Nucleotides

By GWEN AVILES Courtesy of Readers' Theatre "You're seeing us midway through the process. This is only our sixth rehearsal, so the actors will be using their scripts," Anne Marie Cummings, the director of Photograph 51 and the founder and ...
 Individual.com33 minutes ago

Who owns your DNA?

By Luigi Palombi The DNA double helix is naturally occurring. Every one of us has millions of them, and they are all unique to us. Francis Crick and James Watson discovered the DNA double helix
 Crawford Financial Planning1 day ago

Devangshu Datta: Too many impossible things

Alice laughed: "There's no use trying," she said; "one can't believe impossible things." "I daresay you haven't had much practice," said the Queen. "When I was younger, I always did it for half an hour a day. Why, sometimes I've believed as many as ...
 Business Standard India2 days ago

Free will persists (even if your brain made you do it)

The vast majority of people think we have free will and are the authors of our own life stories. But if neuroscientists were one day able to predict our every action based on brain scans, would people abandon this belief in droves? A new study ...
 New Scientist2 days ago

Finding supports model on cause of DNA's right-handed double helix

The DNA of every organism on Earth is a right-handed double helix, but why that would be has puzzled scientists since not long after Francis Crick and James Watson announced the discovery of DNA's double-helical structure in 1953. It's a puzzle ...
 Noodls3 days ago

Base-pairing protects DNA from UV damage

Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich researchers have discovered a further function of the base-pairing that holds the two strands of the DNA double helix together: it plays a crucial role in protecting the DNA from the ultraviolet rays of the ...
 PhysOrg.com2 days ago

UKTI Launch Reception Technology is GREAT Campaign

UK Trade & Investment Reception Technology is GREAT Campaign Launch by invite only Hosted by techUK We are pleased to announce and host the UKTI reception for the launch of the 'Technology is GREAT' Campaign at the techUK The UKTI global ...
 TechUK3 days ago

RNA modifications discovered in some unexpected places

The so-called central dogma of molecular biology -- that DNA makes RNA which makes protein -- has long provided a simplified explanation for how genetic information is deciphered and translated in living organisms. In reality, of course, the ...
 Science Daily3 days ago Scientists discover RNA modifications in some unexpected places  EurekAlert!6 days ago
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